NDIS Quarterly Report Released June 2019
The NDIS Quarterly Report from April 1 2019 – June 30 2019 has been released showing data that close to 100,000 participants are receiving supports for the first time.
Acting NDIA CEO (Vicki Rundle) has said “The positive impact that the NDIS continues to have on the lives of Australians with disability and their families and carers is demonstrated by improved participant satisfaction results”
Highlights of the Quarterly Report included:
- 90% of participants were satisfied with their planning experience;
- 6% growth of the NDIS provider market with 21,510 registered providers;
- The rate of unscheduled plan reviews has fallen, indicating some improvement with participant plan satisfaction;
- Of the total number of registered providers, 46% are individuals/sole traders and 54% are organisations/companies;
- 7.3% of participants identifying as Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander entering in this quarter; and
- 10.3% of participants who received an NDIS plan were of Culturally and Linguistically Diverse heritage.
Vicki Rundle commented that “while the latest Quarterly Report results are promising – there is still room for improvement and we continue to work on a number of initiatives to further enhance the experience participants have with the Scheme”.
The NDIS Quarterly Report for June 2019 as well as all the previous reports can be found at https://www.ndis.gov.au/about-us/publications/quarterly-reports
Victorian Performance Report as of 30 June 2019
Participants and Planning
An additional 11,293 participants with plans this quarter (excluding ECEI). At 30 June 2019, plans approved and ECEI referrals represent:
• 68% of 2018-19 bilateral estimate met (1 July 2018 – 30 June 2019)
• 75% of scheme to date bilateral estimate met (1 July 2013 – 30 June 2019)
Participant satisfaction has increased in the quarter, with 90% of participants surveyed rating their satisfaction with the Agency’s planning process as either ‘Good’ or ‘Very Good’.
Providers in Victoria
There were 7,202 registered providers at 30 June 2019, representing an 8% increase for the quarter. 45% of registered providers were active at 30 June 2019. 43% of registered providers are
individuals/sole traders. 25% of registered providers are receiving 85-95% of payments made by the NDIA.
Moonee Valley Health and Fitness is a registered provider of the NDIS.
90% of participants rated their satisfaction with the Agency’s planning process as either good or very good in the current quarter. This
has increased since the last quarter.
Participant satisfaction continues to be high, but has fluctuated at around or below the trial site level.
Providers and Markets
The provider network grows in scale and diversity, increasing participants’ access to high quality services. There were a total of 7,202 providers at 30 June 2019, representing a 8% increase on last quarter. Of these, 45% were active.
Moonee Valley Health and Fitness is an active NDIS Provider that is an approved registration of capacity building services.
Capacity Building Service Provider
Our team of allied health professionals help NDIS Participants in Melbourne, VIC with:
- Exercise Physiology and Physical Wellbeing activities
- Therapeutic Supports
- Development of daily living and life skills
Of the total number of active participants with a plan approved in 2018-19 Q4, 92% access mainstream services, a slight increase from prior quarters. Participants are accessing mainstream services predominantly for health and wellbeing, daily activities and lifelong learning.
For the 2018-19 Q4
Health and Wellbeing – 43%
Daily Activities – 11%
Lifelong Learning – 9%
MVFIT is a Registered NDIS Provider
We are an approved company that is an active NDIS Exercise Physiology and Physical Wellbeing service available in Melbourne.